At Patience Community Services, our team provide people centred and the friendliest NDIS services to all NDIS participants because we are part of the community, so we understand you better.

We are here not only to support you in your quest for, transparent, holistic, supportive, honest and respectful services, but more importantly we are here to work with you, support you in every step of the way to meet and exceed your goals because we understand you.

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NDIS Services

Some of our NDIS services include the following

  • Accommodation / Tenancy Assistance – accommodation and tenancy assistance, to support people obtain and retain suitable accommodation.
  • Assistance to Access and Maintain Employment or Higher Education – Workplace assistance enabling a participant to successfully obtain and/or retain employment in the open or supported labour market. Includes:
    • Individual employment support, employment preparation and support in a group,
    • school leaver employment supports, and
    • transition through school and to further education.
  • Assistance with Travel / Transport – transport for participants who cannot use public or other private transport, from their home to their daytime activities, place of study or workplace.
  • Community Nursing Care – community nursing care for people with high care needs requiring a high level of skill, as well as training for support workers to respond to people’s complex needs.
  • Daily Personal Activities – assistance with personal activities and daily tasks, such as personal care, hygiene, dressing, medication, and domestic tasks.
  • Development of Daily Living / Life Skills – supporting the development of daily living and life skills and the provision of physical wellbeing supports such as physical activity and nutritious diets. Includes training and development activities undertaken by participants to increase their capacity to live autonomously, including supports that will enhance their ability to travel and use public transport independently.
  • Exercise Physiology and Personal Wellbeing Activities – assisting or supervising participants undertaking exercise or other physical activities to improve their wellbeing.
  • Group and Centre Based Activities – assisting participants to participate in group-based community, social and recreational activities.
  • Household Tasks – general household services, such as cleaning, home and yard maintenance, laundry and meal preparation and delivery.
  • Innovative Community Participation – help for participants who wish to access mainstream activities that align with their diverse interests, needs and goals. This may include participating in their local sporting competition or attending social activities such as concerts.
  • Interpreting and Translating – assistance to participants to enable independent communication in essential personal, social or community activities where translation is not available from a mainstream service.
  • Participation in Social, Community Social and Civic Activities – individual and group community participation activities, including supported shopping, medical appointments, sporting and recreational events, social activities, visiting or making new friends, travel and building confidence and social skills.

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Specialised Services

Some of our Specialised NDIS services include the following

  • Assistance in Coordinating or Managing Life Stages, Transitions and Supports – assisting participants to strengthen their ability to coordinate and implement their NDIS supports and participate more fully in the community.
  • Assistance with Daily Life Tasks in a Group or Shared Living Arrangement (SIL)- providing personal support in accommodation and other shared living environments, which is either temporary or ongoing, with a focus on developing the skills of participants to live as autonomously as possible.
  • Early Intervention Supports for Early Childhood – assistance for children aged from 0 to 6 years with developmental delay or disability, and their families. Includes support to achieve better long-term outcomes, providing a mix of therapies and a Key Worker for the family.
  • High Intensity Daily Personal Activities – assistance with high intensity clinical needs, with supports provided by a worker with additional qualifications and experience relevant to participants’ complex needs.
  • Management of Funding for Supports (Plan Management) – assisting participants to manage their NDIS budgets.
  • Specialised Disability Accommodation – specialised housing designed for participants with extreme functional impairment or very high needs. SDA homes are constructed to be more accessible and enable better or safer delivery of other supports participants may need.
  • Specialised Driver Training – Driver training using adapted equipment or vehicle modification.
  • Specialised Hearing Services – hearing services not covered under Medicare, performed by a qualified Audiologist or Audiometrist.
  • Specialised Supported Employment – support for participants who are employed and who are less independent in performing their work tasks or need frequent prompting and coaching to stay on track, communicate with others, or manage their behaviours. Supports may be provided one to one or within a group-based setting, complimenting existing or expected employer supports, and vary according to the intensity and frequency of support required to achieve employment goals.
  • Specialist Positive Behaviour Support – support provided by professionals with specialist skills in positive behaviour support including assessment and development of comprehensive behaviour support plans that aim to reduce and manage behaviours of concern.
  • Specialised Support Coordination – time limited support that focuses on addressing barriers and reducing complexity in a person’s support environment, while assisting them to connect with NDIS supports and build their capacity and resilience.
  • Therapeutic Supports – therapeutic support for participants (who are aged over 7 years) to apply their functional skills and improve participation and independence in daily, practical activities – including language, communication, personal care, mobility and movement, interpersonal activities and community living.
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